Monday, February 15, 2010

Giveaway Winner!

Yes, we have a winner in our African Violet Pincushion and Decorative Pin Giveaway! But before we announce the lucky person, we wanted to thank everyone who entered! It was so flattering to see that so many people liked what we made! And it was so heart-warming to read about the wonderful memories the pincushion invoked! Thank you so much for sharing!

So now, without further ado, the lucky winner is...Commenter # 38 (Sorry - we don't know show the actual number generator from Random.org! If anyone can tell us how to do it, we'd appreciate your help!) who was Don & Jill who said, "This is adorable. Looks easy but I am sure the crafter made it look that way. Great job :)" So nice!

We were unable to find your contact info, so please shoot us an email at homemademamas@gmail.com and let us know how we can send your prizes to you! If we don't hear from you by the end of this week, we will have to draw another winner.

Thank you again to all of you who made our giveaway so successful, as well as to all of our wonderful readers! We cannot express how much we appreciate all of you!
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7 comments:

  1. HI! I found you from "Today's Creative Blog," and I'm so glad I did. Love your ideas - so much so, that I'm a new follower. :)

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  2. Welcome! We are so glad you found us! And are so happy you like what you see!

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  3. Today Blog helped me find you! I love your site. Save in "Favorites" it is!

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  4. I came over from TCB as well, and just wanted to say how much I enjoyed looking around! So many cute ideas. I love the paper towel roll wall art and the wrinkle release spray, and there are so many projects I can't wait to try!

    Thanks so much!

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  5. You can create a screenshot of the random.org result.

    If you are on Windows, you would go to Random.org, generate your number, then click on PrtScr on your keyboard (which creates a screenshot of your entire desktop and puts it on your 'clipboard' - just as a copy command), and then open Paint (or your image editor of choice) and then paste, resize and crop at your convenience.

    If you are on a Mac, it is a bit easier: Click and hold the Apple key, the shift key and the number 4 key. Release all three keys and Your cursor will become a crosshair allowing you to select any area on your screen for a screenshot, once you are done selecting, it will put an image file on your desktop with whatever area you picked.

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  6. Thank you so much, Mau!! We have been trying to figure it out for a while now!! We'll have to have another giveaway soon so we can put your tip to use! haha!

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